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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Mark Brost
"He was the best catcher in the entire area," Brost said. "The only reason I pulled him out from behind the plate was because I knew he could pitch and he had the ability to be really special. Did I see he'd be able to reach 95 mph? I'm not so sure I thought that was possible. It's impressive. It's amazing."
When Zimmermann was entering his senior year at Auburndale High School, his coach, Mark Brost, wrote letters to all 30 major league teams about the pitcher.